FAA: Small Plane Crashes in Selma with Two People Aboard

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According to the Federal Aviation Administration, a Piper PA-32 crashed two miles southwest of Craig Field in Selma Wednesday afternoon.

The crash happened about two miles southwest of Craig Field at around 4:40 p.m.

Officials with the FAA are headed to the scene to begin their investigation.

The National Transportation Safety Board will determine the probable cause of the accident. NAS Pensacola confirms that two military personnel were on a civilian plane.

According to FAA, local officials will release the names and conditions of both people aboard the single-engine aircraft.

 

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